Are We Done Yet?

Synopsis: Newlyweds Nick and Suzanne decide to move to the suburbs to provide a better life for their two kids. But their idea of a dream home is disturbed by a contractor with a bizarre approach to business.
Director(s): Steve Carr
Production: Sony Pictures
  3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
92 min

You know, a lot has changed

in my life in the past year.

Suzanne and I got married...

...and her and the kids moved

into my apartment.

My very small apartment.

But that ain't all.

I decided to pursue my dream.

So I sold my sports shop

and started up a magazine.

You know what it is.

A sports magazine.

And these are the moments

that I cherish.

When everybody's asleep,

I got the whole place to myself...

...and now it's time to get to work.

So, Magic, how was it when you...?

How's your magazine coming?

Come here.

Kevin, what you doing up?

Trying to write.

I'm hungry.

Do you got Pop-Tarts?

You're always hungry.

And it's, "Do we got Pop-Tarts?"

We family now.

So, what's mine is yours,

and what's yours is mine.


-I understand I want Pop-Tarts.

Thanks, Nick.

Did you take my cell phone?

Mom, Kevin's stealing

my stuff again.

Nick, Coco's hungry.

Hey, you guys wanted the dog,

you gonna have to feed him.

Coco, breakfast!

-Good morning.


How's your writing

going this morning?

-Not too good.

-Oh, I'm sorry to hear that.

Nick, there's something

we really need to talk about.

Hold that thought.

Hey! No! Wait a minute.

No! No! No!

Open this door.

I have to put on my makeup, Nick.

You're too young to wear makeup.

Now, I'm gonna count to three.



I'm almost 1 4, Nick.

You can't keep treating me Iike a child.

No, no. You're only 1 3.

And as your stepfather,

I have the God-given right... treat you Iike a child.

Suzanne, do you see

what this girl got on?

I'm not in it.

Okay, okay, I am not dressing

Iike somebody's grandma.

After school, Ashley and I are going to

the mall for the Nordstrom sale.

No. No. Veto.

That ain't gonna happen.

I don't Iike that one bit.

You're too young

to be hanging out at the mall.

So go get dressed, granny.

Too young for the mall?

You're Iike a prison guard.

Yeah, well, welcome to AIcatraz.

So, Nick, you know,

the Lutskys are moving.


-Well, it's a three-bedroom.

Yeah, it's probably three times

as expensive too.


Oh, you wanna be treated Iike a adult?

You can't even wrap a piece of pizza.

You said I was a child.

Nick, there's something that we really

need to talk about this morning.

I can't talk right now.

Look at me. I'm a mess.


Okay. Out. Both you guys. Out.

I got a presentation today

with my publisher.

-Let's go. I need to talk to your mother.

-You too, Coco. Get out. Go.

This place.

Coco, get down before

you knock something over.

And what were you trying to say?

Honey, I'm pregnant.

By who?

So you sold your half

of the shop to Marty?

He's gotta be happy

about that, huh?

Yeah, he is. But I am too, you know?

I'm starting a new chapter

in my Iife, my man.

I'm Iaunching a magazine.

That's great. You took a risk,

and you made it happen.

You got Magic. I'm proud of you.

Whoa, hey!

Who said anything about Magic?

You don't have him?

Officially, no.

But it's Iooking good.

It's Iooking real good.

Matter of fact, it's Iooking so good...

...pour me a shot, pour yourself a shot

and then pour one for my man Magic.

Let me ask you something, Nick.

If you don't have him,

why'd you sell the shop?

I need the money, Jimmy.

It's been cool, but it's kind of hard

having Suzanne and the kids...

...just crammed up

into my small place.

It's just time to move on up, man.

PIus, I didn't tell you,

I'm having a baby.

AII right. My man's having a baby.

-Yeah. Yeah. That's right.

-Hey, baby.

-Hey, hey, hey.

-I thought I'd find you here. Hi, Jimmy.

-How'd it go?

-It went great.

Check it out.


This baby got two heads.

And four arms and four Iegs.

Nick, we're having twins.



-Cut off, Nick.

Thanks, Jimmy.

I can't believe you're making us

move to the country.

This is like child abuse

of the worst kind.

Where's the mall?

What you need a mall for?

That's your problem now.

You need to get a Iittle fresh air

and open spaces. Try that.

Lindsey, please. Okay?

Everybody, just relax.

Yeah, just relax.

Here, sweetie. Have a juice.

-Oh, God--


What's that smell?

Smells Iike oxygen.

Mom, please tell me you're joking.


-I hope it's the right place.

Of course it's not.

Our old house is the right house.

This is the place, guys. Come on.

Let's have a positive

mental attitude, okay?

Nice floors.

I smell cookies.

Kevin, Kevin, you cannot just walk

around these people's house Iike that.

Oh, this the culprit right here.


Oh, baby. Oh, honey.

Okay, cold water. Go. Cold water.

Oh, goodness gracious!

What happened in here?

Did you touch the stove?

Was it the stove?

I'II tell you what, gonna put

Tunisian hemp root on there.

Make it as good as new.

It's true, actually.

I'm so sorry about that.

It's fine. He's just being a big baby.

Name's Chuck Mitchell Jr.

I'm the Iocal real-estate guy

here in Newburg County and....


I know just exactly who you are.

You're Nick.

There we go.

Note to self, the hand still hurts.

-And the radiant....


Oh, my G-O-D.

Suzanne's with child.

You old dog, you!

-Oh, well--

-Hold up.

It's okay. I'm a part-time midwife.

I actually studied... the Natural Childbirth Center

in Lucerne, Switzerland.

They're twins, aren't they?

Yes, they are.

How did you know that?

Would you Iike to know the sexes?


Matter of fact, we wanna

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